Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - The Ethiopian Society of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ESOG) recently convened a significant discussion with the USAID Quality Healthcare Activity (QHA) to explore collaborative opportunities aimed at advancing maternal health care services in Ethiopia. Under the common theme of understanding work-based maternal health care activities, ESOG and QHA engaged in fruitful deliberations to identify synergies and potential areas of collaboration to improve maternal health outcomes across the country. During the discussion, ESOG provided insights into its past and present projects, showcasing its society's capacity, focus areas, and chapter offices. QHA, on the other hand, offered an overview of its work and potential collaboration areas with ESOG. Through open dialogue and exchange of expertise, both organizations identified key areas of mutual interest and agreed upon collaborative initiatives to address maternal health challenges effectively. These areas include comprehensive emergency obstetric and newborn care services, ultrasound training, care for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, obstetric fistula and pelvic organ prolapse care, and continuing professional development (CPD) courses. The discussion underscored the commitment of ESOG and QHA to leveraging their collective resources and expertise to implement impactful interventions that will positively impact maternal health outcomes in Ethiopia. By working together, both organizations aim to strengthen maternal health care services, enhance access to quality care, and improve the overall well-being of women across the country. ESOG remains dedicated to advancing maternal health and looks forward to further collaboration with QHA to implement innovative solutions and drive positive change in maternal health care delivery. For more information on ESOG's initiatives and collaborations, please visit [ESOG's website](